Unreal Engine, C++ based game development tutorial that starts from scratch.
In our previous post we wrote the shaders that will be required to display our first quad using OpenGL on our iOS device. Our next step would be to compile and link the shaders so they are ready to be used within our program. In order to use our shaders we need a handle to the shader and … Continue reading Compile and Link Shaders
This post continues where the "Setting Up Xcode OpenGL Template and Creating Game Loop Class" in the series left off Before we begin to display our quad on the device we need to write a vertex shader and fragment shader. For this post we will begin by writing a simple vertex shader that accepts the … Continue reading Writing Simple Shader to Display Colored Quad
Introduction: This post will be the first in a series of tutorials that attempts to get an OpenGL based application going for iOS devices initially. The plan is to write as much code as possible in C++ so we can later port over this application for other platforms. The plan is to use only the … Continue reading Setting Up Xcode OpenGL Template and Creating Game Loop Class